We care about your child, too. That’s why we’ve partnered with Christian families for over 25 years to educate and prepare the next generation of leaders to think logically, communicate effectively, and impact this changing world for Christ.
We promise to know, love, and prepare your child.
We are delighted that you are interested in Hill Country. We are celebrating over 25 years of partnering with Christian families to provide a Christ-centered, Classical, college-preparatory education. While our website provides an introduction to our school, there is no substitute for visiting our campus and experiencing our community firsthand. We look forward to meeting you!
The Hill Country Difference
At Hill Country Christian School of Austin, we prepare our students for college and for life.
We know that selecting a school for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make. Hill Country possesses three distinctives that set us apart. Click the links below to learn about our “3 Cs.”.
Portrait of a Hill Country Graduate
Our mission is to partner with Christian families to impart truth, cultivate character, and inspire service while preparing college-bound students to think logically, communicate effectively, and impact the world with the love of Christ. The ideal Hill Country Graduate will finish their career at our school with the below attributes:
Seeks God and Abides in His Will
Lifelong Learner Who Thinks Logically, Critically, and Creatively
Leads with Integrity and Humility
Equipped to Persevere Amid Challenges
Our 54-acre campus is located in Cedar Park (a suburb of Austin, Texas), and features a state-of-the-art athletic facility.
All students are equipped through formal theology courses to cultivate a deeper understanding and application of the Christian Faith.
Over 70% student athletes
36 athletic teams (6th-12th grade)
Students have access to a full-time academic and college advisor.
Hill Country families are from 12 cities, 30 zip codes, 93 churches with 30% diversity.
1st-5th graders participate in Speech Meet by presenting speeches before judges who score and give helpful feedback.
Fine Arts & CLUBS
We offer visual and performing arts programs, and host over thirty clubs on campus.
We teach the core principles of Christian leadership and how they inform every area of life.
100% are Christ-followers
100% hold a Bachelor’s degree
39% hold an advanced degree
14 years experience on average
Students compete locally,
nationally, and internationally
in academics, STEM, and fine arts.
This unites 6th-8th grade
in community, mentorship, competition, and service.
Our 1:1 technology initiative ensures students are learning with the tools of their generation.
We provide K-12, hands-on
learning opportunities for creativity, collaboration, and innovation.
Block scheduling provides a more focused learning experience reflective of the college environment.
Elementary School students memorize Scripture throughout the year and are challenged, at year’s end, to recite those Scriptures in succession.
We teach our students to think critically, using formal logic, the Great Texts, and the Socratic Method of inquiry-based discussion.
Students master core math
skills by scoring at least 80% on objective exams.
Seniors research, write, and present a thesis to a panel of judges, then defend it in a challenging Q&A.
Our Gifted and Talented Enrichment (GATE) is a fee-based program that extends and enriches learning for Elementary School students who qualify academically.
Through our Academic Resource & Counseling Center (ARCC), we provide fee-based programs for students with minor learning differences and free on-campus counseling services.
A safe and nurturing environment…
Academics, faith, and community…
Prepared for college…
Your Admissions Staff
We look forward to speaking with you! Contact us at 512-331-7036 or email@example.com.
Director of Admissions
Director of Admissions
I’m originally from San Diego, California. My husband and I moved our family to Austin in 2016, and that’s when I began working at Hill Country. Before that, I studied business management at San Diego Mesa College and worked in bookkeeping, accounting, human resources, office management, and as an administrative assistant. We have two current Hill Country students, Classes of 2026, and 2029.
What is your favorite sport?
I’m a huge NFL football fan. Go, Chargers!
What is your favorite hobby or one of your favorite things?
Anything related to the water or beach. I just love being in the water!
What is your favorite food?
Salmon is my favorite food.
Growing up, you hoped to become…
Other than the Bible, what’s your all-time favorite book?
I can’t choose just one. I love to read!
What is an interesting fact about you?
I love adventure, hiking, and travel! On one of my favorite trips of all time, I hiked the Cinque Terre in Italy and then the Fira to Oia hike on Santorini in Greece. Being on trails with such beautiful views was a dream trip for me!
If you could meet one historical figure or famous person, who would it be and why?
C.S. Lewis. His books have always piqued my interest and inspired me in my walk with the Lord.
What song would be the soundtrack to your life?
“Awake and Alive” by Skillet.
What is your favorite Scripture or quote?
My favorite verse right now is Numbers 6:24-26, The Lord bless you and keep you; The Lord make His face shine upon you, And be gracious to you; The Lord lift up His countenance upon you, And give you peace.
Who has had the greatest influence on your life and why?
Too many people to list. I’m grateful to have had so many people invest in and disciple me through the years. All of them love the Lord and encouraged me in my walk.
What do you believe makes Hill Country distinct?
The faculty and staff genuinely love one another and desire to serve the community and the Lord with excellence.
What do you love about working at Hill Country?
I love working for and getting to know the new families at Hill Country. In my role, I’m blessed to get to serve them as they go through the admissions process!